I’m betting nothing actually gets done until there is a major security breach.
#HairLove, an animated short film from @MatthewACherry, tells a touching story about a father learning to do his daughter’s hair for the first time. pic.twitter.com/g18uHroJwK— Sony Pictures Animation (@SonyAnimation) December 5, 2019 I’m not crying. You’re crying.
As is so often the case, the media set its hair on fire over this issue instead of simply waiting for a reasonable response from Apple.
Agarwal has done it again – created a website that compels you to keep clicking and clicking and clicking. Great stuff.
The New York to Los Angeles Cannonball Record is now an insane 27.5 hours. Now, there’s no way any of us would ever condone doing such a thing but that’s still pretty “cool” in a completely illegal kind of way.
There’s no doubt affiliate links blur the lines of propriety.
I’m glad I’m nowhere near fit enough or interested enough or wealthy enough to try to climb Everest.
Please tell me other cities have an equivalent to our Reindeer city bus.
Apple’s latest “Shot on iPhone 11 Pro” spot is a “cinematic snowball fight.” I prefer the behind the scenes video.
I like Wirecutter and read their reviews for things I know nothing about but mostly for helping me to narrow down options. I don’t obsessively buy exactly what they recommend in a given category.
Not sure what “We are taking a deeper look” actually means. I suspect it’s MarketingSpeak for, “Throwing the media a bone.”
Well, that’s embarrassing.
While not well known, this is starting to become more of an issue as the CDs from 10-20 years ago start to “age out.” If you’ve got an old CD collection, you should check it for “disc rot.”
Apple is trying to get those of you who didn’t sign up the first time around. You might as well give it a shot but fair warning, keep your expectations of Apple News+ low.
Apple isn’t perfect and I don’t trust the company implicitly but I do trust Apple significantly more than any other company I deal with.
This kind of tech is insidious and we need to be aware of what kinds of surveillance devices we have in our homes.
You just knew someone would be obsessively refreshing Apple’s Leadership page, just waiting to write this story.
This Twitter policy change is typical of the company – shortsighted, stupid, and made without regard to how it will affect real people.
I say yes but I also recognize my bias as a motorcyclist.
Obeying the law of other countries or not, these kinds of “capitulations” continue to be not a good look for Apple.
In conjunction with Carbon Copy Cloner, SuperDuper has been part of my backup planning for years.
I see the merits of both but lean toward preferring the weekly episodic approach. I think it allows for more buzz and conversation, avoids a lot of spoilers and builds anticipation for each episode. What do you prefer – episodes dropped all at once or the old school model of once a week?
Pixelmator makes great software. Sadly, this app won’t work on my iPad mini and isn’t available on the iPhone but, if you have a compatible iPad, it’s a no brainer to grab this app.
The best comment I saw was from Twitter (paraphrasing): “The Cybertruck is a truck for Tesla fans. Tesla should have designed a Tesla for truck fans.” Musk’s boasting of pre-orders notwithstanding, this is a tough market to crack with a tough audience.
Great backstory on Apple’s latest holiday spot.
Pushing the theatrical release back even further and delaying the Apple TV+ launch means Apple couldn’t make arrangements with the accuser that would satisfy them. The film’s release may either be canceled entirely and put away forever or, more likely, released later next year after the publicity has died down.
I’m not a fan of Musk or that monstrosity of a so-called truck but I did feel bad for him. Having done many presentations I know how awful a failed demo can feel. But the explanation is interesting and, in hindsight, obvious.
Giving to a cause is noble but that “up to a total of $1 million” sticks in my craw a little bit. For a company worth north of a trillion dollars and one that will make billions of dollars from consumers this holiday season, a million dollars isn’t even a drop in the ocean of cash Apple has.
There’s not a lot for pros to dislike with this new machine.
Apple has posted its “Black Friday” deals but, for the most part, everything they are offering is available for even cheaper elsewhere.